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Soccer Hotshots Launch

Posted by in Phoenix Studios, Projects on June 9, 2014

Soccer Hotshots is a series of unofficial digital ads which I will be releasing during the 2014 World Cup. The project will focus on using the design & aesthetic style of many well known brands & sponsors with a soccer related twist. The aim of the project is to visually celebrate the World Cup & pay homage to the many brands that are part of our daily lives. Check it out

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Le Grove Launch

Posted by in Design, Phoenix Studios, Projects, Web Design on February 2, 2012

On Tuesday we relaunched one of the most popular Arsenal football blogs. Le Grove is a blog where people can exchange views on issues without fear of being abused by other fans – it is extremely popular having recently reached the milestone of 1 million comments. Pete Wood from Le Grove approached us just before Christmas to design and develop a modern clean looking site which was robust enough to deal with many visitors using different devices and platforms. We therefore choose to create a responsive design which would provide…read more

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Is responsive web design the best approach for business ?

Posted by in Design, Discussion on December 20, 2011

Back in March I introduced the subject of responsive web design. It has certainly been the most discussed topic this year and has shaken the whole web design community. Many have been quick to adopt this new approach in their designs. But does responsive design make sense for business? The short answer is: it all depends on your audience, time and budget.

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Ten Web Trends for 2012

Posted by in Design, Trends on December 19, 2011

1. Content first A subject which was discussed at various design conferences this year was that we need to start focusing on content rather than design elements. Ribbons and buttons are all very nice but at the end of the day content rules how we ultimately design a site and can make informed descisions about structure and layout.

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